Protein is a critical parameter across the food, beverage, and feed industries. However, the best solution for obtaining protein varies across the production cycle. In this blog, we propose Kjeldahl and near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy methods for protein determination, with arguments for which technology is the best fit based on factors such as: Application scope Variation... Continue Reading →
Primary Method Feature: Kjeldahl (Part 1: Kjeldahl Foundations)
Why are we talking about Kjeldahl on the NIR blog? This blog has made many mentions to the fact that near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is a secondary method. That means that NIR doesn't measure things like moisture, fat, protein, ash, %-polymerization or anything else directly. Instead, we use an acceptable primary method, like Kjeldahl, to produce... Continue Reading →
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Max won't let a pile of untested final goods (or third wheel) stand between him and a coffee date with his lady love. Check out the newest and last installment of the Food Quality Champion Series animated videos, then download the Guidebook and become a Final Goods Inspection Champion, yourself! The Final Goods Inspection Guidebook... Continue Reading →
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Chocolate. The quality side.
QC of cocoa & chocolate using NIR